I am 12 days late after using the 'withdrawal method' with my husband at the time of ovulation. I have constant wetness which always feels like i have started but it just turns out to be clear discharge. I also have very sore breasts and light period pain symptons but no period. I am regular as clockwork normally so Ive taken 2 HPT when i was 7 days late and both where negative. Any advice please?
Hey I'm in your same position I'm 9 days late. No signs of af coming. And getting negative results. I went to the health department 2 days ago to get a pt and it was negative. She told me to keep testing every week until i get a positive or my period. But if your having symptoms like sore boobs and discharge. I would keep testing until you get your period or a positive. Also stress can make you late. I hope this helps you.
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